There are many ways you can revamp your wardrobe. You can either look for sales or work with what you have. Both are great for a low budget and in the end you’ll be left with a brand new wardrobe for the season.
You should first know what exactly is in your closet. We are all guilty of forgetting an item or two after buying it. Sometimes you will bring home a clothing item just to find out that it doesn’t fit you as well as it did at the store. Take some time out of your busy schedule and take out everything that is in your wardrobe. Sort them neatly into piles such as hardly used and favourites. You can then organise them according to occasion and type of clothing. The seasonal clothing has to be stored separately. You can hang them nicely so that they are left without wrinkles.
Consider the older clothes that you have. Think whether you will be using them. We usually keep such old clothing out of sentiment. Sometimes they can be given a new look. You can take the old denims that are frayed at the bottom and cut them up to make shorts. This will save you from buying new ones. Old trousers can be shortened with a turn-up. It will be just like having a whole new piece of clothing. If a dress or skirt is too short for you, you can tastefully add some lace to the inside of the hem to lengthen it. You can accessorise with designer handbags that you find on sale. A good designer handbag can be used with a great many outfits.
There are websites and stores that offer discounts and sales for designer wear. You can easily buy an outfit for a lower price than the original. You will be able to save quite a lot of money with this option. Ask your family and friends for stores that sell hardly used items like second hand Michael Kors bags and cheap designer shoes and clothes. You can also give away hardly used items for second hand stores and get a new item in exchange. Look for end of season sales for lower price ranges. Visit this link
http://www.modsie.com.au/shop/brand/michael-kors/ for more info on second hand Michael Kors bags.
You can also make small additions to your old clothing like replacing the buttons, using new material to lengthen a clothing item, adding ribbons and rosettes to transform a blouse or shirt and turning the collars inside out so that they look brand new. You can give a grunge look to an old pair of denims by bleaching them. The colour would be washed out in a non-uniform manner. You can widen fraying or tastefully renew the denim by creating rips.